This sale shouldn't count, as it didn't even manage to leave the parking lot, right?

This sale shouldn't count, as it didn't even manage to leave the parking lot, right?

Aljazeera America recently evaluated Tesla Motors' sales problems in the U.S.

The Californian automaker is struggling in many states with sales and service bans, sales limits or even no test drives due to Tesla using its own stores instead of the more typical independent dealer network.

The fight is ongoing on different fronts from media to court to senate. Here is a video focused on Georgia where other EVs like the Nissan LEAF are enjoying booming sales, while Tesla has a 150-unit annual sales limit.

"An unusual Georgia regulation bars Tesla from selling more than 150 cars a year there. And more than two dozen states prohibit the electric car maker from setting up its own shops, thanks to the lobbying efforts of auto dealers. Correspondent Adam May digs into the showroom showdown and what it means for the future of the U.S. auto industry."

*Editor's Note: It's come to our attention that the two videos below were pulled from YouTube due to "copyright issues."  Here's a link to another location in which the two videos (combined into one) can be viewed.